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Real Estate Program

 

Certificate in Real Estate


Students enrolled in the Berkeley MBA Program can earn a Certificate in Real Estate, which indicates to potential employers that, in addition to having mastered the material of the top-ranked Berkeley MBA Program, the student has successfully completed coursework on topics concerning the management, development, and financing of real estate.

To earn a certificate, students must complete a minimum of three real estate focused electives within the Haas School and two from one of the other highly regarded colleges of the University of California at Berkeley. These interdisciplinary Schools include the Berkeley Law School, the City and Regional Planning Department, the Center for Environmental Design, and the Goldman School of Public Policy.



City & Regional Planning:



Course Name
Course No.
Land & Housing Market Economies
CP207
Urban & Regional Economy
CP220
Studies in Regional Growth & Development
CP227
US Housing, Planning & Policy
CP230
Housing in Developing Countries
CP231
Housing and the Urban Economy
CP234
Theories in Urban Form & Design
CP240
Introduction to Land Use Planning
CP250
Environmental Planning & Regulation
CP251
Land Use Controls
CP252
Sustainable Communities
CP254
Comparative Analysis of Urban Policies
CP275
Topics in City & Metropolitan Planning
CP290

Architecture:


Course Name
Course No.
Introduction to Construction
152
Fundamentals of Architectural Design
200
Case Studies in Architectural Design
201
Seminar in Architectural Theory
209
Design & Housing in the Developing World
219
Seismic Design and Construction
253
Structures and Construction
259
History of Housing
279D
Special Topics: Architectural History
279X

Berkeley Law School:


Course Name
Course No.
Real Estate Transactions I
257
Real Estate Transactions II
257.1
Land Use Planning and Control
273

Goldman School of Public Policy:


Course Name
Course No.
Cost Benefit Analysis
PP259
Public/Private Budgeting
PP269
Public Sector Microeconomics
PP274
Housing and Urban Economics
PP275



For information about admissions requirements and procedure please visit the Berkeley full-time MBA program website.